NESP Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub

Defining metrics of success for feral animal management in northern Australia (project update Oct 2018)
Transdisciplinary research for water management (start-up factsheet)
Links between Gulf rivers and coastal productivity (project update Oct 2018)
Prioritising threatened species in northern Australia (project update Oct 2018)
Environmental water needs for the Mitchell River (project update Oct 2018)
Monitoring, mapping & safeguarding Kimberley bilbies (start-up factsheet)
Improving gamba grass control (start-up factsheet)
Knowledge brokering for Indigenous land management (Waanyi Garawa case study update Sept 2018)
Applying knowledge of river flow–ecology links (start-up factsheet)
Developing eDNA methods to detect Top End animals (start-up factsheet)
Our Knowledge, Our Way Guidelines (call for case studies)
Rehabilitated mine sites and Top End animals (start-up factsheet)
Multiple benefits of Indigenous land and sea management programs (project update Jun 2018)
Using measures of wellbeing for evaluating the impact of Indigenous Land & Sea Management programs (policy note)
Fish movement and sensitivity to contaminated mine water (start-up factsheet)
Knowledge brokering for Indigenous land management (Fitzroy case study update Jun 2018)
Tree water use and sensitivity to contaminated mine water (start-up factsheet)
Weaving knowledge systems for sustainable environments and societies: Five tasks (science summary)
Are Indigenous Land & Sea Management Programs a pathway to Indigenous economic independence? (policy note)
Improving our understanding of the multiple benefits of Indigenous Land & Sea Management Programs (science summary)
Links between Gulf rivers and food for migratory shorebirds (start-up factsheet)
Knowledge brokering for Indigenous land management (Waanyi Garawa case study update Apr 2018)
Knowledge brokering at the Kimberley Ranger Forum (report summary)
Multi-objective planning in northern Australia (scenario planning info sheet)
Can Indigenous Land and Sea Management Programs help ‘close the gap’? (policy note)
Multiple benefits of Indigenous land and sea management programs (project update Dec 2017)
Assessing mangrove dieback in the Gulf (start-up factsheet)
Recycling, rubbish and marine debris on Cape York (wrap-up factsheet)
Multiple benefits and of Indigenous land and sea management programs (project update Jun 2017)
Links between Gulf rivers and coastal productivity (project update May 2017)
Developing eDNA methods for tropical waters (start-up factsheet)
Tools and models to support sustainable development decisions in northern Australia (wrap-up factsheet)
Remote environmental monitoring in northern Australia: Scoping key research needs (wrap-up factsheet)
Feral cats and small mammal decline in Kakadu National Park (wrap-up factsheet)
Mapping to underpin management of tropical littoral rainforest (wrap-up factsheet)
Identifying high-priority areas in northern Australia for threat abatement and species recovery (wrap-up factsheet)
Prioritising threatened species in northern Australia (start-up factsheet)
Managing savanna riparian zones (start-up factsheet)
Fire and weeds in the Top End (start-up factsheet)
Defining metrics of success for feral animal management in northern Australia (project start-up factsheet)
Knowledge brokering for Indigenous Land Management (start-up factsheet)
Links between Gulf rivers and coastal productivity (start-up factsheet)
Economic values and Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia (wrap-up factsheet)
Savanna carbon sequestration method (start-up factsheet)
Indigenous NRM in Kakadu National Park (start-up factsheet)
Indigenous water needs for the Fitzroy River catchment (start-up factsheet)
Multi-objective planning in northern Australia (start-up factsheet)
Multiple benefits of Indigenous land and sea management programs (start-up factsheet)
Protocols for Indigenous fire management partnerships (wrap-up factsheet)
Research priorities for Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia (4-page project summary)
Research priorities for Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia (wrap-up factsheet)
Environmental water needs for the Mitchell River (start-up factsheet)
Environmental water needs for the Fitzroy River (start-up factsheet)
Environmental water needs for the Daly River (start-up factsheet)
A water quality monitoring framework for the Katherine and Daly river catchment
Remote environmental monitoring techniques in northern Australia (start-up factsheet)
Protocols for Indigenous fire management partnerships (start-up factsheet)
Identifying high priority areas in northern Australia for threat abatement and species recovery (start-up factsheet)
Research priorities for Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia (start-up factsheet)
Northern Hub Annual Report 2017 (Attachment A)
Northern Hub Annual Report 2017
Walking in Country: A medium for protecting and transmitting culture and managing the land (research essay)
Kimberley Ranger Forum (Report 2017)
Climate drivers of the 2015 Gulf of Carpentaria mangrove dieback (report 2017)

Harris T, Hope P, Oliver E, Smalley R, Arblaster J, Holbrook N, Duke N, Pearce K, Braganza K, Bindoff N. 2017. Climate drivers of the 2015 Gulf of Carpentaria mangrove dieback. Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub Technical Report No. 2, NESP Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub, Australia.

Remote recycling, rubbish and marine debris management in north Australia needs strong helping hands: Summary of Cape York Peninsula community case studies (final report)
Economic values and Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia (final report)
Integrated models, frameworks and decision support tools to guide management and planning in Northern Australia (stand-alone summary)
Integrated models, frameworks and decision support tools to guide management and planning in Northern Australia (final report)
Appendix 4: Reporting back – Nth Qld discussions (Nov 2015)
Experimental evaluation of the role of feral cat predation in the decline of small mammals in Kakadu National Park (final report)
Remote environmental monitoring in northern Australia: Scoping key research needs (final report)
Mapping to underpin management of tropical littoral rainforest (final report)
Mapping to underpin management of tropical littoral rainforest (report appendices)
Appendix 3: Reporting back – NT discussions (Nov 2015)
Appendix 2: Reporting back – Kimberley discussions (Nov 2015)
Protocols for Indigenous fire management partnerships (final report)
Country: multiple values, multiple benefits into the future. Research priorities for Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia
Appendix 1: Report on the National Indigenous Fire Knowledge and Fire Management Forum
Use of otolith chemistry to trace life history variability in barramundi (presentation Dec 2018)
Environmental assessments: Support development and evaluation of Queensland Water Plans (presentation Dec 2018)
Palaeo-tracers: A brief overview of some chemical tracers used to reconstruct past aquatic environments (presentation Dec 2018)
Stable Isotopes, Fatty Acids and Compound Specific Stable Isotopes of Fatty Acids as biomarkers (presentation Dec 2018)
Community-level migration patterns of fish throughout the Mitchell River (presentation Dec 2018)
Exploring possible development futures for the Fitzroy catchment through participatory scenario planning (presentation Sept 2018)
NESP Fitzroy update for Fitzroy Valley Futures Forum (presentation May 2018 )
Environmental-economic accounting for interconnected ecosystem assets and ecosystem services in the Mitchell catchment (presentation)
Defining metrics of success for feral animal management in northern Australia (presentation)
e-Flows synthesis project (presentation)
Management options for high biomass grassy weeds in Cape York (presentation)
Effect of flow alteration on estuaries in the Gulf of Carpentaria (presentation Feb 2018)
Mapping to underpin management of tropical littoral rainforest (presentation)
Critical water needs to sustain freshwater ecosystems and aquatic biodiversity in the Mitchell River (presentation Apr 2018)
Protocols for Indigenous fire management partnerships (Nov 2017 presentation)
Mapping to underpin management of tropical littoral rainforest (presentation)
Biosphere stewardship – reflections from indigenous governance systems and ethics of care and reciprocity (presentation)
The role of communities and Indigenous knowledge for stewardship across scales (presentation)
Knowledge brokering with Indigenous land managers to support informed decisions (Jun 2017 presentation)
Appendix 4: Reporting back – Nth Qld discussions (Nov 2015)
Appendix 3: Reporting back – NT discussions (Nov 2015)
Appendix 2: Reporting back – Kimberley discussions (Nov 2015)
Environmental DNA – Forensic DNA detection of aquatic species and profiling of entire biological communities (presentation)
Otoliths (fish ear stone): natural recorders of change in aquatic environments (presentation)
Tracing water sources and greenhouse gases using field-based stable isotope techniques (presentation May 2016)
Emerging remote environmental monitoring techniques (presentation)
RPAS for environmental monitoring in northern Australia (presentation)
DNA-based methods for indirect estimation of population size and individual body condition (presentation)
Using animal audio for species detection (presentation May 2016)
Underwater video for surveying fauna (presentation May 2016)
Camera traps for terrestrial biodiversity monitoring in northern Australia (presentation May 2016)
Appendix 1: Report on the National Indigenous Fire Knowledge and Fire Management Forum
Thermal and asphyxia exposure risk to freshwater fish in feral-pig-damaged tropical wetlands

Waltham, N., & Schaffer, J. (2018). Thermal and asphyxia exposure risk to freshwater fish in feral‐pig‐damaged tropical wetlands. Journal of Fish Biology, 93(4), 723-728.

Water and Indigenous rights: Mechanisms and pathways of recognition, representation, and redistribution

Jackson S. 2018. Water and Indigenous rights: Mechanisms and pathways of recognition, representation, and redistribution. WIREs Water e1314, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/wat2.1314

Navigating the fiery debate: The role of scientific evidence in eliciting policy and management responses for contentious plans in northern Australia
Are Indigenous land and sea management programs a pathway to Indigenous economic independence?

Jarvis D, Stoeckl N, Addison J, Larson S, Hill R, Pert P, Lui FW. 2018. Are Indigenous land and sea management programs a pathway to Indigenous economic independence? The Rangeland Journal, https://doi.org/10.1071/RJ18051

Building trust and establishing legitimacy across scientific, water management and Indigenous cultures

Jackson S. 2018. Building trust and establishing legitimacy across scientific, water management and Indigenous cultures. Australasian Journal of Water Resources, DOI: 10.1080/13241583.2018.1505994

Indigenous land and sea management programs: Can they promote regional development and help “close the (income) gap”?

Jarvis D, Stoeckl N, Hill R & Pert P. 2018. Indigenous land and sea management programs: Can they promote regional development and help “close the (income) gap”? Australian Journal of Social Issues. 00:1–21. doi: 10.1002/ajs4.44.

Continental-scale decrease in net primary productivity in streams due to climate warming

Song C, Dodds WK, Rüegg J, Argerich A, Baker CL, Bowden WB, Douglas MM, Farrell KJ, Flinn MB, Garcia EA, Helton AM, Harms TK, Jia S, Jones JB, Koenig LE, Kominoski JS, McDowell WH, McMaster D, Parker SP, Rosemond AD, Ruffing CM, Sheehan KR, Trentman MT, Whiles MR, Wollheim WM & Ballantyne IV F. 2018. Continental-scale decrease in net primary productivity in streams due to climate warming. Nature Geoscience 11, pp 415–420.

Using measures of wellbeing for impact evaluation: Proof of concept developed with an Indigenous community undertaking land management programs in northern Australia

Larson S, Stoeckl N, Jarvis D, Addison J, Prior S & Esparon M. 2018. Using measures of wellbeing for impact evaluation: Proof of concept developed with an Indigenous community undertaking land management programs in northern Australia. Ambio https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-018-1058-3

What do predator diets tell us about mammal declines in Kakadu National Park?
Large-scale dieback of mangroves in Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria: a severe ecosystem response, coincidental with an unusually extreme weather event
The crowding out of complex social goods

Stoeckl N, Hicks C, Farr M, Grainger D, Esparon M, Thomas J, & Larson S. 2018. The crowding out of complex social goods. Ecological Economics 144: 65-72. ISSN 0921-8009. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.07.021.

The crowding out of complex social goods
Weaving knowledge systems in IPBES, CBD and beyond – lessons learned for sustainability

Tengö M, Hill R, Malmer P, Raymond CM, Spierenburg M, Danielsen F, Elmqvist T & Folke C. 2017. Weaving knowledge systems in IPBES, CBD and beyond—lessons learned for sustainability. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26–27:17-25. ISSN 1877-3435. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2016.12.005

Multiple cameras required to reliably detect feral cats in northern Australia tropical savanna: an evaluation of sampling design when using camera traps (journal article)